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The wife, as an outsider in the husband's family, would not inherit any of his property, other than that granted to her by her husband as gifts in token appreciation of years of devotion.
The children from this matrilineal marriage would be expected to inherit from their mother's family.
The age at which marriage was arranged varied among ethnic groups, but men generally married women somewhat younger than they were.
Some of the marriages were even arranged by the families long before the girl attained puberty.